Author: David Rolfe

Why We’re Excited About the Anthos Partnership

July 08, 2021

Recently we announced we had joined Google Cloud’s 5G Edge/ISV partner initiative, and that we would be available in Google Cloud with Anthos as a platform for delivering applications and solutions to the network edge. It’s important to spell out why this is such an important partnership for us and how it will help us […]

Why “Unstructured Data” is a Very Relative Term

June 10, 2021
80% of your data will be unstructured within four years, according to Data Management Solutions Review. Perhaps not surprisingly, the vast majority of the 100 or so new database products have embraced unstructured data as the primary issue they are managing, and the foundational premise of some of today’s most popular database technologies (ie, Kafka) [...]

How materialized views provide instant visibility into aggregate data

October 20, 2020

  Over the last decade, SQL has fallen out of fashion and is now seeing a resurgence. As applications become more complex, people realize they need a data manipulation language, and SQL is the obvious choice as it’s a proven and well-known mechanism for manipulating related data structures. In this blog post, we discuss how […]

eventual consistency and 5G

Eventual Consistency and 5G Won’t Play Well Together

September 17, 2020
5G has a headline requirement for 1ms latencies. Legacy RDBMS products can’t come anywhere near this. Many newer database products will face serious problems because they use Eventual Consistency. Why? Latency In order to provide scalability and resilience, new DB technologies keep multiple copies of data on different physical servers. As a result, the loss [...]
streaming data processing

Streaming Events: Are you Storing Decisions or Taking Them?

September 09, 2020
There’s a lot of talk right now about how 5G and the IIoT will increase volumes of ‘transactions’ driven by streaming events, but equally, there’s a lot of hand waving and vague definitions about what a ‘transaction’ actually is. As a consequence, I would argue people are overestimating what can be done with clever queues [...]
Real time

If Latency is Important, You Should Think Twice

September 02, 2020

Redis recently announced a US$100M round of funding; a positive sign for the industry, especially in the current challenging environment. In the article, co-founder and CTO Yiftach Shoolman states ambitiously that “If latency is important, you should think twice before you use a database other than Redis”. Always ready for a challenge, we did think […]

VoltDB Technical Spotlight blog

A Downloadable Demo of VoltDB New TASK and MIGRATE Features

February 05, 2020
Third post in a series on features of VoltDB Version 9.2. Version 9.2 of VoltDB introduces two new features that are highly relevant to people developing streaming applications. This is part three of a series of three blog posts: Introducing MIGRATE Introducing CREATE TASK This demo showcases some VoltDB features: The MIGRATE command. Directed Procedures [...]
VoltDB Technical Spotlight blog

Introducing CREATE TASK

January 17, 2020
Second post in a series on features of VoltDB Version 9.2. Version 9.2 of VoltDB introduces two new features that are highly relevant to people developing streaming applications. This is part two of a series of three blog posts: Introducing MIGRATE Introducing CREATE TASK An example of an application that uses MIGRATE and CREATE TASK. [...]
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